Each state has their own rules on recording telephone calls and they depend upon who initiates the calls etc and also the federal rules apply, please work with a local attny and discuss specifically with him or her what you would like to prevent or to happen. take care.
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Attorney Lewis is correct as usual. Generally, as long as one person in the conversation is aware it is being recorded - it is legal to do so. However, this is just a generality. As attorney Lewis points out, there are many other factors that could come into play before an actual conclusion about the legality of the recording can be made in your particular case.
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